Under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations1, the functions of the consular officers2 of a sending state present in the receiving state are defined as including the protection in the receiving state, within the limits permitted by international law, of the interests of the sending state and of its nationals, both individuals and bodies corporate3, and helping and assisting nationals, both individuals and bodies corporate, of the sending state4
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